Amavasya recipes

Sravanamaasam

Sravanamaasam

Shravana Bahula Amavasya is known as Polala Amavasya and all Farm Animals will be prayed on this day
Kanda Bhaji

Kanda Bhaji

During my childhood days, we used to prepare Kanda Bhaji on the day of 'Kande Navami' (also known as 'Gatari Amavasya' nowadays), a day prior to the beginning of Chaturmaas (Four auspicious months as per Hindu Calendar)
Sweet Lamps (गोड दिवे)

Sweet Lamps (गोड दिवे)

As per Maharashrian tradition, new moon in the month of Aashdh is called Divyanchi Aavas or Aashadhi Amavasya which marks the beginning of Shravan month
Gloom and Bloom on Rainy Day

Gloom and Bloom on Rainy Day

On Baula Amavasya day the Gaintha cake, new mango blossoms, powdered rice fried with ghee and Nadi mixed with ghee are offered
Rasmalai

Rasmalai

Previously i have made rasgulla and i tried rasmalai for today , for our state dasara is biggest festival and we make preparations from nine days and in our region we celebrate bathukamma festival , it is a floral festival which is celebrated during these nine days which starts on amavasya and ends on ninth day , though we dont celebrate but i visit to see this festival since from my childhood
Deepasthamba Poojay

Deepasthamba Poojay

This pooja is done in the Kannada month of Ashada [ July- August /Tamil month of Aadi ] on the Amavasya day [No moon day]
Kurli Masala ( Crabs masala)

Kurli Masala ( Crabs masala)

Crabs bought on and during the New moon day (amavasya ) are more heavy and fleshy , whereas the ones during Full moon day (Poornima ) do not have much flesh